In today’s world, the pace is often going a lot faster than we can keep up with. Due to our lack of time, we sometimes fail to work on one of the most important assets of the business and that is our employees.
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Thoughts & Opinions
The sense of arrival. The goal of this “moment” is to literally WOW your arriving customers from the beginning – to validate their selection that choosing or returning to your venue was the best decision they made.
While new blood in the boardroom can be a good thing, the induction of new directors takes time and a degree of care. The first month for any director is crucial.
What sets your venue apart from others in the area? It’s not the machines, the carpet design or comfortable chairs you just bought – though they all contribute. It’s the experience you create for customers—how you meet their needs and entrench your venue in their personal identity.
The rationalisation of ‘more bums on seats’ is touted as a great justification for spending more marketing dollars. After all, more customers equals more revenue...right?
How long do you think it takes to plan a solid 5-year business strategy for your venue - a week, a month? What if you could cut through to the essentials and get it done in 5 minutes...
What are the signs, and more importantly, what are the common mistakes Boards and Management make to end up being another statistic?
Hiring the right people and growing the talent quotient is therefore one of the most important responsibilities and, might I add, moral obligations of every manager in an organisation. It is one of the jobs of every leader that has the biggest impact in the long term.
I was relaxing over the Easter weekend, reading the Courier Mail, when two articles took my attention. Seeing articles such as these comes as no surprise, however what continues to surprise me is the lack of general knowledge or commitment to robust Corporate Governance principles.